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Movenpick Hotel’s Al Dente offers new menu from Chef Marcello Vijano
April 26, 2015, 11:20 am
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The Italian ‘Al Dente’’ restaurant at Mövenpick Hotel Kuwait-Free Zone, launched its new menu at a lunch event hosted by famous Italian chef Marcello Vijano.

Movenpick invited Chef Vijano from Restaurant Sicilia at the Movenpick Ibn Battuta Gate Hotel Dubai, to bring his culinary expertise and worldwide experience to bear on the already ample and authentic menu at Al Dente.

The restaurant's new menu offers an authentic Italian experience for guests, who can now select from an array of dishes prepared by the hotel’s chefs under supervision of Chef Vijano and get to taste some of the renowned chef's favorite ingredients.

“We changed the menu, from appetizers to sweets, by adding more items to increase the variety and choices for our diners,” said General Manager Hassan Hassanein, welcoming journalists to the lunch event. The General Manager and members of the Sales and Marketing team also thanked the media for their continued support to Movenpick.

Speaking on the occasion, chef Vijano said, “I am very excited and honored to visit Kuwait to present Italian cuisine and I am looking forward to new challenges and surprises.” He added, “It is worth mentioning that Al Dente is one of the best Italian restaurants in Kuwait and is renowned for offering a wonderful yet simple and relaxing ambience, as well as Italian entertainment, live cooking, special offers and a variety of dishes that satisfies all tastes."

"Al Dente guests will certainly enjoy a variety of pizza from the open kitchen and all kinds of delicious pastas,” noted the chef. Al Dente restaurant is located on the ground floor of Movenpick Hotel, Kuwait Free-zone and is open for lunch from 12 noon to 3pm and for dinner from 7pm to 11pm with live entertainment every day.

Ghazal Praveen
Staff Writer

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